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You’ll end up really disappointed if you go through life thinking people will do for you as you do for them. Not everyone has the same heart as yours.

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Verb: Glower  (GLOUR) Definition: To look or stare with sullen annoyance or anger. Example sentence: I caused Kelly to glower  at me after I sided with Brenda in their dispute about the chores.  

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Everyone has a chapter in their life that they don’t want to read out loud.

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Adjective: Littoral  (LIT-uh-rul) Definition: Of, relating to, or situated or growing on or near a shore especially of the sea. Example sentence: The report shows dramatic improvement in the condition of the state’s littoral waters since the cleanup effort began.  

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There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.

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Sitting on your butt, angry and bitter about your life isn’t going to change a darned thing. You have to get up, get out and make change happen. If you want it, then you have to fight for it.

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Noun: Pidgin  (PIJ-in) Definition: A simplified speech used for communication between people with different languages. Example sentence: The early settlers in America used a pidgin form of English to communicate with the native people.

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Adjective: Numinous  (NOO-muh-nus) Definition: 1: Supernatural: mysterious. 2: Filled with the sense of the presence of divinity: holy. 3: Appealing to the higher emotions or to the aesthetic sense: spiritual. Example sentence: Pilgrims to the shrine spoke to the congregation about their numinous experiences.

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Pride will always be the longest distance between two people.

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Verb: Doff  (DAHF) Definition: 1: To remove an article of wear from the body. Also, to take off the hat in greeting or as a sign of respect. 2: To rid oneself of: put aside. Example sentence: When we arrived at the lake, it didn’t take very long for the children to doff their shoes […]

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